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Bowie Hydro-mulcher® Erosion Products Fertilizer and Seed
524 South Hwy 156 Justin, TX 76247 • 940-648-2751

Native. Top range and pasture grass. One of the Big 4 Prairie Grasses. Varieties: Cheyenne, and Lometa.  It is a major component of the tall grass vegetation which dominated the prairies of the central and eastern United States.  It grows well in deep, well-drained floodplain soils and in well-drained upland sandy loam soils. It is tolerant of poor and well-drained soils, acid to alkaline conditions, and textures from sand to clay.

Alternate Names

Indian grass and yellow indiangrass


Erosion control: Critical areas, roadside cover and areas subject to wind erosion

Livestock: Indiangrass growing singly, or in mixtures with other native grasses, provide livestock forage on rangeland, pastureland, and hay land. Forage quality is high when green and fair when mature.

Pollinators: Indiangrass constitutes part of the native plant community in support of pollinators.

Restoration: Indiangrass is used in restoration of native prairie areas and longleaf pine understory sites.

Wildlife: White-tailed deer browse Indiangrass foliage. A mix of Indiangrass and other native warm-season grasses and forbs provide nest, brood and escape cover for bobwhite quail. Indiangrass seed is consumed by birds and small mammals.

Grow Height

Cold Tolerance


Planting Rate




4-6 Pls.


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    /lbs. (pounds)